Executive Sous Chef Robert Ortiz expertly prepares Misto’s newest offering featuring Spanish specialty cuisines.

Last November 9, Seda Centrio’s signature restaurant, Misto, started its journey to international borders and piqued diners’ appetites with a number of Spanish dishes on its evening buffet by Executive Sous Chef Robert Ortiz. The newest offering features an extensive spread, combining traditional and contemporary to fine effect, and satisfying the Filipino palate – transforming your regular dinner into a time of adventure and discovery.

Chef Robert has over six years of culinary experience both locally and internationally. He has worked as part of the culinary team in a Los Angeles restaurant, exposing him to different cuisines and cultures. He was also a consultant of the well-known Sans Rival Restaurant in Dumaguete. Coming to Cagayan de Oro, he takes inspiration from his experiences and creates his own unique and creative twists on both local favorites and international classics.

Flavors of Spain Sopa de ajo
Sopa de ajo….mi favorito!


Gambas al ajillo
Gambas al ajillo

For this food promotion, Chef Robert showcases well-loved dishes hailing from the culinary regions of Spain – including Gambas al ajillo, Albondigas, and Paella Marinera. Despite having an intense influence in a majority of Filipino specialties, Chef Robert promises diners an authentic Spanish experience. The menu boasts of Asian twists and revisits traditional Castilian flavors, and features inventive dishes such as Grilled Eggplant with Tomato Vinaigrette.

Paella Marinera
Paella Marinera

“Discerning diners always expect innovation in the menus served them,” says Ortiz, “thus, we have planned to come up with different culinary themes for them to try out, Spanish being one of the firsts.”

Misto, an Italian word for “mixed”,  offers dishes aimed to please the palate of global travelers while also highlighting specialties linked to the local culture. The Flavors of Spain promotion is under the Themed Dinner Buffets happening weekly and allows for the infusion of new entrees and other dishes that Kagay-anons would surely enjoy and come to love.

Flavors of Spain Churros
Churros y Chokolate…the best in this part of the Philippines!

The Flavors of Spain is spread out at Misto every Thursday, from 6pm to 10pm, for Php650 (nett) per person. For inquiries and table reservations, please call (088) 323-8888 of 0917-577 5910. You may also email cdo@sedahotels.com.

Flavors of Spain
Cold cuts. Jamon!

Misto is located on the 4th floor of Seda Centrio Hotel.

See you there!


(Cover photo from Seda Centrio)

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